SMALL BITES AND CANAPE IDEAS FOR YOUR DIWALI PARTY

SMALL BITES AND CANAPE IDEAS FOR YOUR DIWALI PARTY

Diwali is around the corner, and now is the perfect time to start thinking about what to food to prepare and get.

Diwali is all about families coming together to celebrate the victory of light over darkness, and good over evil.

Amongst all the beautiful lights that are lit, and fireworks that fill the air, food is another key factor in your Diwali party. Whilst Indian Sweets are key staples on the Diwali table, there is so much more available, that is ready to satisfy your guests appetite.

Indian Sweets

Here are some of the best canape and light bights that are traditional, finger-lickin good and a must at any Diwali party.

Samosas

Samaosa

These are the Indian food must and Samosas make the perfect snack. With its crispy, flaky texture and a delicious filling, it’ll leave you wanting more.

Pakora

Pakora

Pakora’s are ideal small bites and are best served with chutney and a hot cup of tea, and will go down a treat! They’re quick and easy to make and add a great colour to your Diwali spread.

Loaded Nachos Platter

Fully loaded nachos
Picture: Myfoodstory.com

Bring some fusion to your Diwali spread, and it will go down well with the younger generation. This recipe is simple and again is another great snack to add to your table.

Spring Rolls

Spring Rolls

Like Samosas, Spring Rolls have a great texture and served with chutney they’ll be gone in no time.

Onion Bhajis

Onion Bhaji

One bit of an Onion Bhaji will transport you to India. They’re packed full of flavour and the colour of them will make them a stand out on the Diwali table.

Shish Kebabs

Kebabs

For the meat lovers, Shish Kebabs will go down a treat. Remember to serve the kebabs with a fresh yoghurt based sauce.

Tandoori Chicken Tikka Bites

Add some heat to the spread, with Tandoori Chicken Tikka Bites. These will have your guests picking at them all night.

Chicken Tikka

Hopefully all these options will make enough small bites and canapes for your party, but you’ll have to make sure your guests leave room for mains and dessert!

By Amy Lehal

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